In addition , there may be specific conditions imposed upon the parent institution
in management of the grant . The investigator should be aware of any ... Grants Magazine , 1 : 43 - 60 , 1978 . 16 . Pike , J . M . , and Bernard , S . C . The ...
Eisenhower Grants Teachers often call ENC thinking that we are a source of funds for schools and districts—we're not, although our funding comes from the
same general source. The Eisenhower Professional Development State Grants
When GRANTS MAGAZINE began publication in 1978, a feature called Grants Clinic was put into the format. In each issue a sample of a grant application that ...
Author: Virginia White
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Social Science
application was given describing the research No fund-raising technique is as effective as a personal presentation, a detailed discussion be· techniques, pre-application negotiations with the tween the applicant and the potential funder of granting agency, and the strong features of the the proposed activity held before the written re written application that contributed to its success. quest is submitted. If, during the discussion, the Examples that have appeared and continue to appear in GRANTS MAGAZINE were sug presentation is made effectively, the chance of success is immeasurably greater and the final gested or contributed by many people, among preparation of the application is comparatively them the magazine's editors, editorial board members, and their colleagues, friends, and easier. It is not, unfortunately, always possible to associates many of whom are successful grantees make a personal presentation. In many, actually or administrators of grant programs. It became most, cases the only form of contact the applicant clear from the number of reprint requests for the has with the funding organization is the written Grant Clinic feature that a compendium of some request. And even in those cases where there has examples that had appeared there would make a been extensive discussion, there always comes a time useful reference volume containing exemplary when a request must be presented in writing in some form. applications.
B . Grants ( Continued from Page 15 ) Conservation of Health Means Increased
War Production . . . and Continued Savings for Victory . . . through the
PURCHASE OF WAR BONDS and STAMPS . Have that Physical Check - up Now
! SPACE ...
BLOCK GRANTS v . PERCENTAGE GRANTS . Representatives from the burghs
of Glasgow , Edinburgh , Aberdeen , Dundee , and Greenock met recently in the
City Chambers , Glasgow , when the system under which Government grants are
025.4 / 900144 21 Grants magazine . Published / Created : New York , Plenum Press . Description : 12 v . ill . 28 cm . v . 1-12 ; Mar. 1978 - Dec . 1989 .
Author: Jean M. Fromm
Publisher: Nova Publishers
Grants are available from thousands of sources, both private and public. To the grantseeker, however, this wealth of sources appears like an impenetrable jungle. "Where are the grants I need and what do I need to do to submit my ideas and proposals?" This book is designed to answer these questions by aiming the grantseeker to both the grant givers and by providing a bibliography of book for further research.
Frea E. Sladek and Eugene L. Stein (Eds.), Grants Magazine, The Journal of Sponsored Research and Other Programs. New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation, ...
Author: Judith B. Margolin
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book is a work of conscience. It is the product of a long-standing feeling of obligation on my part to write something useful for a special group of people to which you probably belong-individuals who seek grants. In my years as Director of the New York library of The Foundation Center, * each and every day I encountered numbers of individuals look ing for grant money. Although I tried to be as supportive as possible, in the face of the particular problems shared by this group of library users, my own reaction was one of relative helplessness. Simply stated, most of the fund-raising guides, printed directories, and computer files purport edly created to serve the fund-raising public are of little or no use to individuals who seek funding on their own. These resources are directed *The Foundation Center is the independent, nonprofit organization established by foun dations to provide information for the grant-seeking public. vii viii I PREFACE toward the nonprofit, tax-exempt agency, which is the most common recipient of foundation, corporate, and government largess. They are not designed to respond to the special requirements of the individual grant seeker. In the applicant eligibility index, the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance defines individuals as "homeowners, students, farmers, artists, scientists, consumers, small-business persons, minors, refugees, aliens, veterans, senior citizens, low-income persons, health and educational professionals, builders, contractors, developers, handicapped persons, the physically afflicted." In short, practically everyone qualifies.
It was objected to the sufficiency of this grant : 1. That there was no evidence of its
approval by the Departmental Assembly of California . 2. That juridical
possession was not given by the proper officers . 3. That it was not surveyed
according to ...
A Tax Foundation , Inc. examination of this reshuffling of monies shows 20 states
in fiscal 1970 paid almost $ 3.2 billion more in federal taxes to support these grants than the total of grants they received : $ 14.9 billion paid as against $ 11.7
ETHNIC DANCES OF MANY LANDS LAURA PAWEL DANCE COMPANY
Among the publications issued by the Center are : The Foundation Directory .
The Foundation Grants Index , issued bimonthly in Foundation News , (
published by the ...